March Book Club Nominations Are Open

Enter your nominations in the comments section. It must be a book released in February or March of 2007 but can be anything from non fiction to fiction to romance to fantasy. We love new authors and we love midlist authors. After two weeks, we’ll take a look at the nominations and pick six books. The six books will then be voted upon by the readers to determine the book club selection. Nominate away.


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  1. Of course, Ariana Franklin’s new one, Mistress of the Art of Death, but it’s in hardcover. Do you all prefer books nominated that are only paperback? I know of nothing else that comes out in Feb or March that I’d like to read and discuss. I’ll think on it, take a look at what’s coming out. BRB.

  2. I’ll second the Beau Crusoe nomination.

    If you go to Harlequin’s website, there’s a slightly longer excerpt than the one posted at Amazon. The book is 20% off there, too.

  3. Has the February book been announced?

    There is no February book. To start out, we are only having the book club every other month, so we are skipping over February and going right to March.

  4. I nominate ‘Moon Shadow’ by Lucinda Betts. RT gave it a 4 star review and FAR gave it a recommended read. I think Road to Romance gave it reviewers choice award, too.

  5. bam, I tried to order Succubus Blues from Barnes and Noble’s website yesterday (after reading Mrs. Giggles’ raves for Mead’s anthology story), and they told me it wasn’t shipping until March 28th. That may be too late for a March book club discussion, if indeed that is the book’s release date. I know Amazon has February 27th listed as the date the book comes out, but if Barnes and Noble’s date is correct, most people won’t be able to get a copy of the book until April.

    Can someone confirm the release date for Succubus Blues?

  6. Hey, Janine! The official release day is March 6. I’m not sure what Amazon was thinking by giving you that date, but presumably they’ll have it figured out by then. And in fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if it sneaks out in late February. Thanks for thinking of me–you too, Bam!

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  8. I nominate Steelflower by Lilith Saintcrow, which releases in March. Or Go Fetch by Shelly Laurenston, which also releases in March. Both from Samhain πŸ˜‰

    And I have this feeling Lover Revealed will be discussed plenty across the blogosphere, so I don’t really have much interest in seeing it discussed here. I’d love to see something different.

    I’ve read Succubus Blues and Visions of Heat, so I could even participate in those discussions!

  9. Okay, I nominate Vision’s in Heat by Nalini Singh Lover Revealed… by JR Ward and Warlord by Elizabeth Vaughan. πŸ˜€

    I’ll have to read the second the in the “War…” series first thought.

    Any one of them works for me, but then so does Beau Crusoe and Succubus Blues.

  10. Moon Shadow is too late. That could be nominated for the May book club selection but I consider the late march release dates more of an April release date. But it sounds like it must be interesting.

  11. Jane, you said:

    “Moon Shadow is too late. That could be nominated for the May book club selection but I consider the late march release dates more of an April release date. ”

    Are you sure about that? Amazon has the release listed as Feb 26, 2007. I’d really love to read it. B&N just says “March 2007” and the Kensington website says “Feb 27, 2007.”

    I hate to miss it in May because it came out in Feb!

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